Swimming pools make great outdoor entertaining and living areas during the summer months, but they can seem like a waste of space in winter. If not looked after, your swimming pool and pool fencing can become run down and worn out.
If you want to maintain an attractive pool area throughout the winter, you will have to put a bit of work in. Things like glass pool fencing will need washing regularly, and you will have to monitor your pools water levels and quality. Gardens will need to be looked after and paved or hard areas will need to be swept or pressure cleaned from time to time.
We understand that it can be hard to get the motivation to look after your pool and pool fencing throughout the winter, which is why we’ve put together the following list of top tips to help you out.
- Make Sure You Keep Your Pool Fence Clean
If you have a glass pool fence, then it’s extremely important to make sure that you keep it clean and well maintained. A dirty glass fence looks terrible, and letting grime and a dust build up can actually damage the surface of your glass panels and metal fittings.
Cleaning your pool fence is actually very easy if you do it regularly. Fill up a bucket with warm water and a bit of dish-washing detergent, and wash your glass pool fence panels in the same way you would wash a window. Make sure that you dry the fence when you’ve finished washing to prevent streaks and other water marks forming.